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Please identify stock-- Long tang

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by just_bob, Jun 5, 2012.

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  1. just_bob

    just_bob Member

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    Sold to me as a Perazzi stock

    Is it or somthing else?

    thanks for the help

    Bob


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  2. just_bob

    just_bob Member

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    another view
     
  3. paul7177

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    Could be a Browning Superposed stock.
     
  4. RickN

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    Not a Per-rot-zee for sure.
     
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    I'm pretty sure it goes with the receiver it came on. Does that help? Ok, I'll get lost.
     
  6. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    Most definitely NOT a Perazzi stock. Pretty easy to tell... the bottom tang area has two screw holes in it, and in a Perazzi there ain't no wood there.

    I'd have to guess it fits a Browning; could be a Citori type, or even possibly a BT.

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  7. skeet_man

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    Superposed
     
  8. BigM-Perazzi

    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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    somebody knew too. look at the threaded screw plates because the screws rusted out. OB is right. what's the end of the buttstock look like?
     
  9. just_bob

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    Thanks to all who helped.

    It seams to be off a Belgium Browning B25

    At least the pointy long tang matches the Belgium browning ST-100

    that was built on the B25 frame

    I bought it from a reputable auction house so I'll try to get my money back.

    They sold it as a Perazzi with hydro-coil stock

    Too bad as it is beautiful in spite of all the fingerprints.

    I wouldn't sell it here as I fear it is salt wood.

    Bob
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  11. Auctioneer

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    That is going to be a Winchester stock. Win was the only one that i knew who made those.
     
  12. bigbore613

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    Ed Sowers , (Hydro-coil Inc) would make one for anything.H-C had standard offerings cataloged for Win.12,101 and Browning Superposed.Now that he's gone Joe Shiozoki (JS-air cushion) will make one for anything.Jeff
     
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